I am looking to implement SED drives for some desktop machines. Because there are so few SATA SED (self encrypting) drives, it seems easier to use an SAS SED drive.
Anyone know of a reasonably priced SAS drive adapter that will go into a PC and allow the use of an internal SAS drive to replace the existing SATA drive. I need one that can handle SAS SED drives.
Or some way to leverage the TPM chip in the desktop machine, so that if the hard drive is removed from the desktop machine, the encryption key is thus separated from the SED drive and the data is unreadable.